Get you mind out of the gutter, it’s not what you think.
On today’s agenda, we had some running around to do, with a nice lunch with our daughter, Heather, just to have a few minutes sans kids to catch up on all she and SIL Brian are doing. We took Heather out for some Mexican food and had a nice time.
Because Heather teaches and is a football mom for Andrew’s team, she had lots on her plate today. We pitched in to help and picked up the drinks and snacks for tomorrow’s football game, one less thing she had to worry about. Once we we done with that chore, I did it for the first time.
I turned to Marti and asked if we should drop off the snacks at Heather’s house or should we just go “home?”
That is when I realized I automatically consider the Journey as our real home and not our RV. I guess that is an important milestone.
Later on we went on a quest to feed Marti’s newest passion: Geocaching. She has had lots of fun hunting down the hidden caches, even taking little Owie along with her. Now that her poison ivy rashes have healed, she decided it is a hobby she wants to keep doing. We went to several stores trying to find the perfect hand held GPS unit for her, up ‘till now, she’s been using her I-phone and often running the battery down before finding the cache.
Unfortunately, we didn’t find any good units, well we did, but they were all out of stock. So I suggested we go “home” and check on line to see if we could find a store that had some in stock. I did it again, the Journey is really home.
We found a store that had the unit Marti wanted and dashed off and bought it. Now Marti is a happy cacher, I mean camper.
I guess we need to stock up on Calamine Lotion!
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